About Liza

Liza’s varied career has encompassed music, theatre and comedy. Renowned for being one third of the British satirical comedy group, Fascinating Aida, Liza has also established herself as a unique solo singer and performer, re-discovering, re-inventing and re-imagining timeless classics as well as unearthing lost gems that have no business being lost!

Her connection to a song and to a lyric is what separates her from the crowd and takes her right to the heart of every ballad and every note that she sings and her connection to an audience is just as impressive as her myriad 5* reviews have all noted: it’s not just her flawless vocals but also her easy wit and natural story-telling that make her one of the most compelling performers of her day.

The daughter of the celebrated screen writer Jack Pulman
(I Claudius, War and Peace,) and the actress Barbara Young (Last of The Summer Wine, Coronation Street, Theatre Workshop) Liza’s upbringing gave her a huge knowledge and appreciation of theatre and movies and a deep love of the music of the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s, from where she draws a lot of her inspiration and it was inevitable that she would grow up to join the family business.

After training at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, deviating slightly from show-business, she joined Glyndebourne Opera, enjoying roles in many of the globally renowned company’s leading productions. She also performed with the D’Oyly Carte and Carl Rosa companies playing the leads in operettas by Offenbach and Gilbert and Sullivan.

Liza’s musical theatre performances have included Adrian Noble’s award-winning 2002 production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the London Palladium with Michael Ball and the UK tour of Doctor Dolittle with Philip Schofield.

In 2004 Liza joined the internationally renowned and award-winning comedy trio Fascinating Aida and remains a member until this present day. Queens of the Edinburgh Festival, Fascinating Aida have toured all over the World and continue to sell-out theatres all over Britain.

With their viral You Tube hits Cheap Flights, We’re So Sorry Scotland and their now infamous Christmas Song, they have acquired a whole new audience and their material is sharper and funnier than ever.

As a solo artist Liza has collaborated with the brilliant Jazz pianist Gareth Williams on her show Liza Sings Harold Arlen and with The Brighouse & Rastrick for performances of her Liza Sings Streisand show at the Liverpool Philharmonic.

She performs regularly with her own band, alongside her MD Joseph Atkins and has toured all over the UK with her shows Songs of Hollywood and Liza Sings Streisand.

Liza performs regularly in London, with sell-out shows  at The Other Palace, Crazy Coqs, Wilton’s Music hall, and Cadogan Hall and, in 2019, she took her acclaimed 5* show, Liza Sings Streisand, to The Lyric Theatre, Shaftsbury Avenue for a fabulously successful run of shows.